This book reports on the best laid plans that paved the way to the Philippines’ dark history: the imposition of martial law in 1972 and the schemes that built and held its infrastructure. Drawing data from his work as Marcos’s media adviser before his defection in 1975, Primitivo Mijares exposes the massive corruption and military abuses under the regime, which has left the nation in ruins. Forty years after its first publication, the book, reminds Filipinos of their past that remains a present threat.
If President Marcos did not declare Martial Law in 1972, all the golds that were hidden in Philippine Archipelago would have been stolen. How many metric tonnes were hidden is unbelievable. The treasures were brought here during the time of King Philip II aka King Luisong Tagean Tallano. It is called The Treasury of Saint Graal.
The story of hidden wealth is cloaked in secrecy because of the Bilateral Minesfield Breakthrough Successor Agreement signed in 1950 by World Leaders.